@SmoknGranny The best turkey dinner I have ever had was at my aunts home where she cooked and then all our family came and brought different sides for the dinner. Used to eat there at least every other year and it was fantastic. Now my grandmothers turkey dinners were great but my aunt had more family who would come and they were great cooks and from different backgrounds and ethnic areas. So the amount and difference in sides was wonderful. She has since passed away and had stopped cooking for years before but those meals I still remember even well into adulthood. It was those holiday meals that got me interested in cooking.
Oh yea, grinding the pecan nuts helps alot for those of us with dental problems or with dentures that are ill fitting or not suitable for eating such things as nuts, etc. Grinding the pecans gives you a the wonderful flavor of them without having to chew though I will admit I mist the sensation of the crunch. But thats okay. I have learned that there are many things that I can grind that add wonderful flavors to different meals and recipe’s. My grinder I use almost every meal/recipe. Its one of my favorite cooking tools.
along with repotting the ladies, I moved the lights higher. I found those were not helping as low as they were. The ladies handled it before but once they had room for their roots, they didnt like the lights as much. Not sure why. Have to think on that.
Didnt know you used to run a kennel. What breeds and how many. I love dogs and would love having more than I do now. One of these days. I would love to get a good rabbit dog. and then a retriever would be nice to have as well. But oh well.
Here is a photo from my latest batch of the tricombs.
I didnt take any photos of the latest look at my gold leaf lady. She is getting really cloudy. Not many brownies yet. But she is looking good. The WW also. The OGK is turning cloudy too wit h a few ambers but not many yet.